Polling stations, districts and boundaries
Finding your polling station
Shortly before an election, you will be sent a poll card which contains details of your polling station including a map of the location.
Polling stations may change depending on the election. In the run-up to an election, you can also find details of your polling station by using Democracy Club’s polling station finder.
Information about polling districts and polling places can be found through the Council's Where I Live service. Search for an address in the district and you will be provided with information about the relevant polling district, polling station and elected representatives.
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- List of polling stations 2019
Maps of current polling districts and polling stations Toggle accordion
Boundary, polling district and polling place reviews
Parliamentary Boundary Review
Details of the 2018 review of constituency boundaries can be found on the Boundary Commission for England’s website.
Local Government Boundary Commission for England Review
Details of the current electoral review can be found on the Local Government Boundary Commission for England’s website.
Polling District and Polling Place Review
During 2019, St Albans City and District Council conducted a review of polling districts and polling places as required under Section 17 of the Electoral Administration Act 2013. Comments on proposed polling districts and places were invited between 4 February and 29 March 2019 and a summary of responses, comments and recommendations was collated.
The Licensing and Regulatory Committee approved the recommendations detailed in the summary of responses on 22 January 2020. Details of current polling districts and polling stations can be found in the “Finding your polling station” section above.